Trusted Law Firm Serving Families Of Fatal Accident Victims
A large percentage of The Bowling Law Firm’s cases in both Louisiana and Mississippi involve wrongful death. Some, but not all, of these wrongful deaths occurred through medical malpractice.
When an individual’s death was caused by malpractice or through the wrongful, careless, or negligent actions of another individual or business entity, the victim’s family members and/or other beneficiaries may have a right to pursue a wrongful death action against the negligent party.
Our attorneys provide experienced and professional legal advocacy to individuals and families with wrongful death claims in Louisiana and Mississippi. Call (504) 586-5200 to discuss your specific situation. From offices in New Orleans and Gulfport, the Firm serves clients in both Louisiana and Mississippi.
Seeking Financial Recovery In A Wrongful Death Lawsuit
Louisiana and Mississippi wrongful death laws allow some family members and/or other beneficiaries to file a wrongful death action against the responsible party. Wrongful death and survival damages can include compensation for:
- Pre-death pain and suffering
- Medical expenses incurred prior to death
- Funeral and burial expenses
- Loss of earnings
- Loss of consortium/loss of companionship
Additionally, in certain wrongful death cases, some of the family members and/or other beneficiaries of the victim may also be entitled to punitive damages. Punitive damages may be an issue in cases in both Louisiana and Mississippi where an individual was killed in a fatal car accident caused by a drunk driver.
The wrongful death lawyers of The Bowling Law Firm, A Professional Law Corporation, have extensive experience handling civil wrongful death and survival cases arising from car and truck accidents, maritime accidents, warehouse, industrial and construction site accidents, and incidents involving medical malpractice.
Contact The Bowling Law Firm, A Professional Law Corporation’s Experienced Fatal Accident Lawyers
Call our office to speak with one of the Firm’s wrongful death attorneys. You will have the opportunity to speak directly to an attorney about your potential case because the Firm does not “screen” calls with nonlawyer staff members.